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As part of the program Canine Companions for Independence, service dogs are learning how to ride on public transit! Customers shouldn't be surprised to see service dogs, as they ride daily, but this large group may be surprising to some!
The next free Operation KidWatch is June 19 at the Metroparks Zoo. If a child goes missing, and their parent has this ID card and fingerprint in the system, it helps police search quickly and easily. This is a free public service from Transit Police.
Take transit whether you are visiting from out of town to participate in the Senior Games, or cheer on your friend or family member, or if you are a local. Service will be robust to the major venues. Sitting back and leaving the driving to RTA sure beats downtown traffic. Games are here July 19-Aug. 1, with many free events at the new Convention Center. See details at www.Cleveland2013.com
On June 22, all East Side Red Line service -- between Tower City and the Louis Stokes Station at Windermere -- will be served by buses. From June 10-21, buses will serve all stations between Cedar-University and the Louis Stokes Station at Windermere.
Welcome to Transit Tracks: Local musicians play music for RTA customers at Tower City's Rotunda every third Thursday of the month, from 3:30-6:30 pm. Come out and listen to great Cleveland talent. Next musicians play on June 20, 2013
All RTA HealthLine vehicles are wheelchair-accessible and ADA-compliant. Watch as a ramp is deployed from the bus to the platform and the passenger is able to board.
June 23: Bikers ride free on RTA
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